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VERMILION PARISH, La. — A Vermilion Parish district court judge found Bryan Dawayne Kibodeaux guilty on October 17,  2023 of two counts of First Degree Rape, Sexual Battery, and Molestation of a Juvenile, which occurred from 2016 through 2019. The cases involved three young victims, who testified at trial. The trial, before  District Judge Thomas Frederick, included testimony by Louisiana State Police investigators.  

District Attorney Don Landry praised prosecutor Celeste White and the staff of the District  Attorney’s office in Vermilion Parish, stating “These types of cases are difficult on everyone involved,  from the victims and their families to our prosecutors and staff. Celeste White did a fantastic job of  presenting difficult evidence in a professional way which resulted in this conviction. The result of this  conviction is that a dangerous sexual predator is going to be sent to prison for a very long time and will  not be able to commit this type of offense against little girls.” 

State prosecutor Celeste White had great praise for the victims and their families in the case.  

“All three girls bravely testified in this case, and we and the families are very happy with the  result. This offender will not be able to do this to any other little girls in Vermilion Parish or anywhere  else,” said White.  

Sentencing will take place in December, with Kibodeaux facing up to two life sentences on the  First Degree Rapes, and from 125-495 years on the other charges. 

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